CGH™ (Cough Tea)

Availability: In stock

$7.99

Manufacturer Kroeger Herb Products
Supply 17 Cups
Form Loose Tea
Size 2 oz.

Be the first to review this product

CGH™ (Cough Tea)

To remedy a hacking cough and diminish the symptoms and discomfort.

Directions:

Pour freshly boiled water over two teaspoons of tea. Steep for three to five minutes, strain and drink. Add honey or lemon to taste.

Ingredients:

Eucalyptus Leaves, Thyme Leaves, Peppermint Leaves, Lavender Flowers, Rosemary Leaves, Lungwort Leaves.

Articles

Home Remedies for Cough and Cold

The transition from fall to winter is a beautiful one with vibrant changes of color in trees, crisp air, and earlier nightfall. It’s during this scenic time that many Americans could face health challenges while they are enjoying the change in seasons. It is anticipated that about 1 billion people will suffer from a cold this year, so if you find yourself as one in those billion, we’ve got cold and cough remedies that can get you back on track!

read more >>

The transition from fall to winter is a beautiful one with vibrant changes of color in trees, crisp air, and earlier nightfall. It’s during this scenic time that many Americans could face health challenges while they are enjoying the change in seasons. It is anticipated that about 1 billion people will suffer from a cold this year, so if you find yourself as one in those billion, we’ve got cold and cough remedies that can get you back on track!

 

 

While it’s natural to want to curl up with a hot cup of tea or soup as the temperatures drop outside, doing so if you’re suffering from a cold can benefit your health and ease the symptoms of illness. Ensuring your throat is properly coated with liquids can ease an itchy throat or dry cough while also hydrating your body to keep your immune system working properly. Try drinking herbal teas such as Hanna’s CGH with organic honey and try to follow Hanna’s recommendation of making chicken soup from scratch when a cold sets in to bring necessary hydration using organic vegetables that will release important vitamins and minerals. Read this helpful blog about Remedies for Cold and Flu.

CGH Tea

Remedy a hacking cough and discomfort of a sore throat with Hanna’s Cough Tea

If you’re having trouble sleeping at night because of a cough, try sleeping at an incline. When we lay down at night, gravity works against us and forces mucus swallowed during the day back up into the throat causing irritation and coughing. Prop yourself up with pillows and be sure to keep a glass of water beside your bed to lubricate your throat as needed.

Made from wood and glass, no heat or water is used to vaporize oils with an aromatherapy diffuser.

Having a humidifier in the room when you are suffering from a cold or dry cough can help tremendously. Because dry air tends to intensify the symptoms of a cough or cold, having moisture in the air will cut back on fits of coughing and help you to breathe more easily. Don’t have a humidifier? Try to purchase one that will allow you to add drops of essential oils to the water for added relief.  A recommended product is Thieves from Young Living which is a powerful oil that defends against airborne bacteria and can keep everyone in the household guarded. Add Thieves to your humidifier, or to an essential oil diffuser. Also a neat trick is to add 30 drops to a spray bottle filled with water and spritz around your home.

For some immediate relief of a stuffy nose and to break up mucus in your lungs, try adding several drops of organic eucalyptus oil to a bowl of very hot water and breathe in the steam (be careful to avoid burning the delicate skin of your nose). You can also use a warm compress with drops of the oil on it and apply it to your face to get the same effect.

Additionally if a sore throat is one of your top complaints from your cough or cold, try gargling with warm salt water several times a day or try Hanna’s sore throat remedy, lovingly called “Napalm Bomb” by our staff and includes:
Garlic Tea

 

  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • dashes of red pepper flakes

Take the garlic and crush it with a fork dropping it in a tea cup, then add the lemon and hot pepper. Next, add the honey and hot water to the mix, stir and sip it while it’s still hot.

A runny nose is a common complaint associated with a cough or cold and wiping your nose continually can lead to raw or chapped skin. To have some relief from this try applying a mild oil to the area likeAura Cacia’s Grapeseed Oil with Vitamin E – the Vitamin E will help to heal the area while the Grapeseed oil will lubricate without irritating.

Keep in mind that there are a number of natural supplements to keep your body healthy and to help you overcome a cough or cold without using over-or-behind-the-counter treatments. Take a look at Kroeger Herb’s Olive Leaf to keep your immune system in balance before you contract a cough or cold. Check our cold and flu section of the shop for cough syrups, lozenges, and other great products that can ease the symptoms without harmful side effects.

<< read less

The Warming, Healing, Natural Power of Tea

Hanna Kroeger taught us that there’s an herb for nearly every ailment and her special teas are excellent examples! In addition to addressing a number of ailments, herbal teas provide hydration and even aromatherapy as you drink and have been used for thousands of years to treat illness.  The tea blends Hanna created are one-of-a-kind and provide a unique experience as the essential oils and other healing substances are released during steeping. In sharing a selection of Hanna’s teas below, we hope you will consider utilizing the healing power of herbs this fall and winter when illnesses creep in.

read more >>

Sweaters, soups and stews, cozy fires and hot beverages are being ushered in with the change of the seasons. As we head into fall we are reaching for things that will warm us from the inside out and teas are at the top of the list for most.

Tea is a natural herbal remedy for many ailments. Tap into its healing powers

Sipping hot tea satisfies something very basic within us once the temperature drops outside and there are a variety of teas that can not only warm us but also heal with their medicinal benefits. Soothing a sore throat, easing a cough, addressing an upset stomach or calming a troubled mind are possible through the effective blends of teas. While humans have relied on plants as a source of food for thousands of years, we have moved away from finding the healing quality in them over time. Why has this changed? The ease of purchasing something from behind or over-the-counter has discouraged us from looking to dried fruits, flowers or herbs to address our ailments in a natural way and we hope we can open a door to begin to alter this thinking.

Herbal Tea as a Natural Remedy

Hanna Kroeger taught us that there’s an herb for nearly every ailment and her special teas are excellent examples! In addition to addressing a number of ailments, herbal teas provide hydration and even aromatherapy as you drink and have been used for thousands of years to treat illness.  The tea blends Hanna created are one-of-a-kind and provide a unique experience as the essential oils and other healing substances are released during steeping. In sharing a selection of Hanna’s teas below, we hope you will consider utilizing the healing power of herbs this fall and winter when illnesses creep in.

CGH- Formerly Cough Tea. A special blend of Eucalyptus leaf, Thyme leaf, Peppermint leaf, Lavender flower, Rosemary leaf and Lungwort leaf. This blend remedies a hacking cough and diminishes the symptoms and discomfort of it.

DRH- Formerly Diarrhea Tea. A unique combination of Blackberry leaf, White Oak bark and Angelica root to relieve the symptoms of diarrhea.

FLT-Formerly Flu Tea. Relieve the symptoms of a common flu with Raspberry leaf, Plantain leaf, Rosebud and Echinacea root.

Calendula Flower is used as a remedy to soothe female issues in our herbal teas.

FML- Formerly Female Tea. A special blend of Calendula flower, Nettle leaf and Yarrow flower to nourish and comfort the female body. This blend is especially useful during monthly symptoms.

FRD- Formerly Flouride Tea.  Assists in ridding the body of excess fluoride from drinking water and dental visits with a blend of Calendula flower, Elder flower, Nettle leaf, Yarrow flower, Dandelion leaf, Red Root and St. John’s Wort. To learn more about flouride and the effects it may have on your body, read our recent posthere.

KDY- Formerly Kidney Tea. This diuretic cleanse for the kidneys contains Parsley leaf, Parsley root, Marshmallow root and Uva Ursi leaf.

KST- Formerly K-Stone Tea.  A wonderful example of how herbs can address ailments within the body! This blend helps dissolve and move kidney stones with a unique blend of Knotgrass herb and Chamomile flower.

Red Clover can ease tension when enjoyed in our teas.

LYM- Formerly Lymph Tea. Red Clover flower and Chaparral herb blend to cleanse and nourish the lymphatic system.

NRV- Formerly Nerve Tea. This special blend of Lemon Balm leaf, Strawberry leaf, Sage leaf and Woodruff leaf soothe an edgy and nervous body.

SLP- Formerly Sleep Tea. Get to goodnight faster with Hops flower, Linden flower, Lemon Balm leaf, Orange flower and Poppy flower.

STM- Formerly Stomach Tea. Bilberry leaf, Centaury leaf, Tormentil root, Chamomile flower and Sage leaf help to naturally soothe an upset stomach as well as ulcers and other stomach disorders.

The fresh taste of lemon balm adds a wonderful aroma to our TNS tea.

TNS- Formerly Tension Tea. Feel the excess tension and stress melt away with a cup of this tea made with Red Clover flower, Motherwort herb, Lemon Balm leaf, Scullcap herb and Cramp bark.

TRD- Formerly Tired Blood Tea. This blend of Nettle leaf, St. John’s Wort herb, Peppermint leaf, Rosebud, Sage leaf and Yarrow flower offers natural support for people with anemic indications.

Hanna perfected these tea blends over time out of a need to address ailments naturally. We are proud to offer each of these loose teas and believe in their healing qualities. Honey and lemon can be added to adjust the taste to your preference, though many allow the natural taste of the blends to stand alone. Each of these teas are loose leaf blends so may want to consider using a tea ball or infuser to keep the herbs and flowers from floating in your cup.  (we offer several options of each)

Please note that herbal teas can have different effects from person to person. Don’t forget to consult your healthcare practitioner before trying herbal teas.

<< read less

You may also be interested in the following product(s)

Herbal Bath

Herbal Bath

$16.95
Cough Syrup, Herbal

Cough Syrup, Herbal

$18.99
Echinacea Root Tincture, New Dimensions®

Echinacea Root Tincture, New Dimensions®

$9.99
Thieves Hard Lozenges

Thieves Hard Lozenges

$24.34